In this article, you will see how to remove string from left in Python. The
lstrip() method removes all leading characters (characters at the beginning of a string) that match the characters specified in its argument.
Step 1: Create a string
str = "CodeAllow" print("str = ", str) print("str type = ", type(str))
Step 2: Remove string from left
print("Removed = ", str.lstrip("Code"))
str = CodeAllow str type = <class 'str'> Removed = Allow
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